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It literally took me a year to plan this party for my babygirl. I researched tea parties that were done in the past and I found one that I wanted to do but add my own twist to it.
So I kept the guest list small so that I would be able to pull out everything that I had planned in my head!
Once all of the girls arrived they were so excited and couldn't wait to get the party started.
Each girl was asked to bring her favorite doll so I got matching party hats and outfits for the dolls and the guests. Also I created a vanity dress up area so each girl had the chance to put on fake jewelry that I purchased.
Activities / Games
Musical Chairs, Simon says, and they decorated tea pots and created valentine gifts for their parents
What People Ate
Peanut Butter & Turkey/Cheese Sandwiches shaped like tea cups, animal crackers, fresh fruit, marshmellow pops, cupcakes, fruit snacks
What People Drank
The look on the guests face when they arrived at my house. Each girl was given a outfit and the matching outfit for her doll.
The kids playing simon says
Most Touching Moment
When my daughter thanked me for her tea party
All of the kids